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In addition to published specifications and code, and reference architecture information, GENIVI presents a family of technology and security-related technology briefs and whitepapers. 

These documents have also been published on the GENIVI home page.

Vehicle Domain Interaction Category

Graphic Sharing & Distributed HMI

(green star) 
Sharing a physical display across multiple operating systems

  • This brief describes the Display Sharing which provides support in hardware for compositing the display output from multiple operating systems into a single final display buffer. Using this, a combined HMI can be created from independently operating systems without any additional interaction

  • GENIVI_Renesas_DisplaySharing_TechBrief_201902_genivi.pdf

Published with support from Renesas

(green star) Digital Cockpit HMI Distribution Using Shared State, Independent Rendering

Published with support from Harman

(green star) Interactive Cockpit HMI using Surface Sharing

Published with support from ADIT

(green star) Distributed Graphics Control Through API Remoting

Published with support from BMW

Generic Communication Protocols Evaluation

(green star) 
Franca / ARA::COM Interoperability

  • This brief describes an approach and technologies essential to building a demonstrator for the interoperability of GENIVI IVI (and LInux) based IVI systems and Adaptive AUTOSAR systems.

  • GENIVI Franca-ARA-COM-tech-brief-20181219.pdf

Published with support from itemis and itk

Security Category

(green star) Certificate Pinning Technology Brief

Audience: Busy professionals, software engineers, as well as managers that need a quick awareness boost about risks and mitigations around encrypted communication channels.

Published with support from Irdeto.

(green star) Man-in-the-middle Whitepaper

Audience: Security professionals, system architects and implementers that need a deeper understanding of pitfalls and risks in implementing SSL/TLS, categories of attacks, and the type of mitigation that is effective against each.

Published with support from Irdeto.

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